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Impact vs Philadelphia Union: Q & A with Brotherly Game

After another disappointing result at home last weekend against New York City FC, the Impact look to bounce back this weekend against the Philadelphia Union.

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With the Montreal Impact dropping another three points at home last weekend against New York City FC, the Impact will look to rebound this weekend against the Philadelphia Union. There is no doubt the Impact will benefit from the return of Ignacio Piatti, however will be without central defenders Laurent Ciman and Wandrille Lefevre. The last time these two teams met back in May the match ended in a draw, with Didier Drogba scoring for Montreal and Sapong scoring for Philadelphia.

Mount Royal Soccer has turned towards our friends at the Brotherly Game in order to get some perspective on the Union's season up to this point: